Yolanda Anchondo Moreno

July 1, 1950January 24, 2021

Yolanda Anchondo Moreno, 70 years old, died early Sunday, January, 24th, 2021. She was a dedicated mother and grandmother first and foremost. She was a beautiful person that deeply loved her family and always treated everyone she met like family as well. She had a vivacious personality and always made people around her laugh. She has left a big hole in our hearts, that will never be filled. May you rest in heaven with God and his angels. Love and miss you already, our beautiful Guardian Angel.

Predeceased in death by her daughter, Anita Carreon, parents, Pedro Anchondo and Juana Ortiz Anchondo, brothers Efren and Manuel Enrique Anchondo and sister, Martha Anchondo Villegas.

Survived by her children; Yolanda (Kurt) Shigeta, Alfredo and Alberto Carreon, grandchildren; Valerie, Crystal, Anayid and Alberto Carreon II, great grandchildren; Karina Augustin, Isaiah King Chavez Carreon, Liam Ace Ramos Carreon and Nina Celeste Castillo, Siblings; Pete, Johnny, Jose Luis and Fernie Anchondo and Mary Anchondo Sanchez.

Services will be held on Saturday, March 6th, 2021, from 1300-1700 at Hillcrest Funeral Home, located at 1060 N. Carolina Dr.


  • Yolanda Shigeta (Kurt), Daughter
  • Alfredo Carreon, Son
  • Alberto Carreon, Son
  • Valerie Carreon, Grandchild
  • Crystal Carreon, Grandchild
  • Anayid Carreon, Grandchild
  • Alberto Carreon II, Grandchild
  • Karina Augustin, Great-Grandchild
  • Isaiah King Chavez Carreon, Great-Grandchild
  • Liam Ace Ramos Carreon, Great-Grandchild
  • Nina Celeste Castillo, Great-Grandchild
  • Pete Anchondo, Brother
  • Johnny Anchondo, Brother
  • Jose Luis Anchondo, Brother
  • Fernie Anchondo, Brother
  • Mary Anchondo Sanchez, Sister
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  • Visitation

    Saturday, March 6, 2021

  • Vigil

    Saturday, March 6, 2021


Yolanda Anchondo Moreno

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Pat Ramos

February 11, 2021

YOLIE will b remembered as a sweet & lovable person, My heart was saddened & broken to hear of her passing, I still can’t believe .
YOLIE was my Foodbank buddy! I would call her, “YOLIE, you want to go to the foodbank?” She almost always would say, sure! Unless she had an appointment somewhere.
We had a lot of fun together! ( I will miss that!)
One time I invited her to one that they had in the northeast side of town, well we waited in the car for 5 hours, but the time went super fast, just talking, having a good time, when we got to the destination, they told us that there was nothing left for us! We couldn’t believe we waited 5 hours for nothing! But because we enjoyed each other’s company it wasn’t so bad!
A wonderful person, will never forget her& her blessings , “Que Dios me Los Bendiga de todo mal Amen!” ❤️❤️❤️🙏🙏🙏
Prayers to the family !🙏🙏🙏